Daisy’s latest extraordinary woman, April, talks about how she has struggled making keto work for her. Most people who have a lot of weight to lose see the weight melt away but not April. She has had to push though years of disappointing results to find the answers.
Every one of my guests is extraordinary but April holds a special place in my heart so she was the natural choice to share the 100th episode with. Here’s to you and your determination and courage April. xxx
April is a busy mom of one amazing teenager, two dogs and two cats. She lives in Oregon and is currently working on her third new career in life while still holding down a full-time job and assisting in caring for her mother who has early onset Alzheimer’s.
She has struggled with weight and emotional issues for over 30 years, bouncing back and forth between diets, depression and anxiety.
In 2016 she found Keto, and although she felt a little better physically and emotionally, she still wasn’t losing weight, and only lost a little inflammation. Being morbidly obese and knowing that she might not have a lot of time left to get healthy, she was determined to figure out what was going on. Who would have thought the answer lied in butter?
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Ken Berry’s YouTube video that April mentioned:
Weston Price played around with grass fed butter a lot and squibb (cold pressed) cod liver oil, did amazing things by mixing them together?
Very esoteric and mysterious stuff to say the least in that he could reverse dental carries/cavities with it, the mysterious Activator X Factor (vitamin K?) from grass fed butter mixed with cod liver oil?
I put cold pressed cod liver oil on my scalp and eye lashes and it makes them grow like crazy and thicker too especially the eye lashes (makes them longer)!
Clearly you can see even in Weston Prices day people were eating very high sugar diets.
Gotta love Weston, he’s the dentist that traveled the world studying primitive and modern cultures and how their lifestyle affected their dental health in the 1930’s.
Great article I posted a few months ago.
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